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Kids Of White House reporters take over, and Trump seems to prefer: The two-way: NPR



President Trump is surrounded on Thursday by children at the Oval Office on Bring Our Daughters and Sons for Labor Day.

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President Trump was turned over by children at the Oval Office on Thursday to bring our daughters and sons to work.

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The White House press corps' children added a little recklessness to the somewhat notoriously strained relationship and hired their parents at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. "Take our daughters and sons to work."

President Trump, who has practically formulated a mantra of the term "fake news", greeted reporters the children in the Rose Garden on Thursday, signed Make America Great Again hats and press cards while expressing a taste for their company.

"Honestly, the kids ask me better questions," he said, according to a press review. "Your parents are very nice right now, I can not believe it because they do not want to embarrass you."

He praised the kids as "good" and invited them to the Oval Office. But he had a question first.

"Do you want your parents in the Oval Office or outside?" asked he.

"Get out!" they screamed.

"I agree, come on, let's go," said Trump.

On the way in, Trump took the time to defend Admiral Ronny Jackson, who had retired from consideration, the Department of Veterans Affairs earlier in the day.

"He was treated very, very unfairly," said Trump. "And he is a hellish man."

The Pool Report states that despite the Children's and Presidents' decrees, some parents are allowed into the Oval Office. The Associated Press reports that other parents have been excluded and are peeking through the windows.

"Look, how nice your parents are, they do not scream," Trump said, according to the pool report. "But you love your parents, right? Everyone loves his parents?"

"Yes!"

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders holds a press conference with children from the White House Press Corps on Thursday.

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White House press secretary Sarah Sanders conducts a briefing with children from the Press Corps and White House staff on Thursday.

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The children had the opportunity to barbecue President's spokeswoman Sarah Sanders while they sat in the White House information room.

Sanders, a mother of three, held one of her children while another climbed onto the podium at times, and she asked questions at the fictitious meeting.

"It's nice to see so many of you stepping in for your parents today," Sanders said.

Among the questions were those that fit exactly in what might be considered the Kid Realm.

The favorite candy of the president?

Starbursts, Sanders said, the pink and red.

His favorite animal?

Probably an elephant. (19659008) But children also pay attention to the headlines in the headlines.

One kid asked why Trump fired former FBI director James Comey.

Comey, Sanders said, "has done some things were not really very nice."

Jake Turx, a correspondent of the Orthodox Jewish weekly Ami Magazine, who was cut off and said he should Sitting down at a presidential brief last year when he tried to ask a question about anti-Semitism had a proud fatherly moment. He tweeted that his son Sanders was asking a "somewhat epic" question he himself had asked:

"After President Trump makes America big again, what job will there be for future presidents?"

The Daily Mail Sanders replies that Trump will make the country "always better".

She also had the children announce some news and announced that Trump would travel to the UK on July 13 and meet with Prime Minister Theresa in May.


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